Dirtbag Republic release new single “Pandemic Blues” and encourage people to donate to food bank
Canadian rockers Dirtbag Republic consisting of lead vocalist Sandy Hyde, lead guitarist Mick Wood, guitarist / bassist Mike Federici and drummer Ed Nijjer have unleashed a new single titled “Pandemic Blues” that will presumably be on their upcoming new studio album Tear Down Your Idols, which is slated to be released in the fall of 2020.
The following message was posted on Dirtbag Republic‘s Facebook page earlier today:
“Hi Everyone – (Foodbank Donation Page – https://my.ugm.ca/PandemicBlues)
We as a band have been derailed from doing shows due to Covid-19. However we are all fortunate enough to still have our jobs. We wanted to do something for people who are less fortunate and help out the community. So we wrote a brand new song from the heart called Pandemic Blues. It was all recorded remotely and mixed professionally by Tim Neuhaus at Ear Art Music Studios. We hope you like it as much as we do.
Donation is totally optional as we know everyone is struggling. Any donations made will be going directly to the food bank here in Vancouver, BC, Canada. For donations please go directly to our fundraising campaign page – https://my.ugm.ca/PandemicBlues
The song can also be streamed on all platforms. ITunes, Spotify, YouTube Music, Amazon Music etc. Or you can download it as an MP3 from https://dirtbagrepublic.bandcamp.com/track/pandemic-blues
Thanks so much for your support… and please don’t forget to share this post to any friends you think might be interested in good music and donating if possible!
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Many thanks to Roger Salloum for contributing his piano skills, Andrew Cairns for whipping up the artwork and Tim Neuhaus for donating $100 of his time to mix/master the song – https://earartmusicstudios.com/
Sandy, Mick, Mike, Ed”
Dirtbag Republic‘s “Pandemic Blues” single:
Hi Everyone, We as a band have been derailed from doing shows due to Covid-19. However we are all fortunate enough to still have our jobs. We wanted to do so…